Cleveland Clinic launches master's program for health professions education

Cleveland Clinic and Cleveland State University plan to offer a two-year master's program for health professions education beginning in August, according to Crain's Cleveland Business.

The master's of education program, which will require 30 hours of coursework over six semesters, is the first of its kind in the region, according to the report. It will offer online and in-person classes for up to 20 healthcare professionals who would like to strengthen their teaching skills, according to the report.

Cleveland Clinic also recently announced it will offer an MBA program in conjunction with Case Western Reserve University, beginning in September.

 

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